Events, Motion/Film/Animation August 19, 2012
BUTTER: an evening of pop culture and popcorn
What is BUTTER, you ask?
• An exclusive crowd of 50 movie buffs – filmmakers, directors, producers, designers, and any creatives who appreciate good cinema
• 50 oversized (and extremely hard-to-get-up-from) beanbag chairs from Fatboy
• An old-fashioned popcorn machine
• Beer and wine
• Good conversation
For September, we will be screening “Any Day Now” by director Matt Jay and Thunderball Productions.
Twenty-three year old small town beauty Sam has just arrived in New York. Pulling her there, are hardly fleshed out hopes of a modeling career. Following her there, is a long standing relationship with a married politician, that may or may not have a place in the next phase of her life. And awaiting her there, is all of the disorientation and isolation of foreign environment.
Matt Jay is a native New York filmmaker who grew up in Portland and Tokyo. He studied film at the School of Visual Arts and in Pasadena, California at Art Center College of Design. His work has screened at various national film festivals, and his music videos have premiered on numerous online publications including MTVmusic.com. Matt is also somewhat of an ADC legacy, as his father, John Jay, was inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame in 2011.
This BUTTER event will also feature a small collection of creative shorts, hand-selected by the ADC staff and in-house film production team.
Hope to see you there!
FREE for ADC members
(includes popcorn and drink tickets)